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Here’s What to Expect Before the Bad Weather Strikes

JACKSON, MISS– Severe weather could be a big factor across the state this afternoon, but until then, temps are warm and rain is falling. 

Starting in Northern Mississippi, an 80 percent chance of continued rain and storm activity. A quarter inch of accumulation is expected. More in area where thunderstorms are especially heavy. Otherwise, cloudy with a high of 63. Tonight, more thunderstorms, turning to plain ole rain after midnight, with winds up to 15 MPH and a low of 48. Wednseday will be rainy as well with a much cooler high of just 50.

In our central region, showers and possibly severe thunderstorms. The heaviest action will come this afternoon when the thunderstorms are joined by gusty winds of 20 MPH. We’ll peak at 69 degrees before cooling off considerably tomorrow, reaching a cloudy high of just 52, after showers most of the night and a low around 46.

In Southern Mississippi, showers and thunderstorms that are more-than-capable of heavy rains. A high of 71 expected with an afternoon that could turn downright ‘blustery’. The winds of 20 to 25 MPH persist until after midnight with a low of around 53. A slight reprieve tomorrow with a 3o percnet change of rain along with a partly cloudy high of 57 degrees.

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